12 Aug '18, 7pm

Spacedge goes space-age for a monochrome hotel in Singapore:

Spacedge goes space-age for a monochrome hotel in Singapore:

Six years ago, William Chan won the President’s Design Award, Singapore’s top interior design accolade. It was for an apartment featuring a glossy black volume in the center of the floor plate containing a kitchen, bathrooms, and. . . a bomb shelter. It was on the strength of this explosive project that first-time hotel investor Eighteen M approached Chan’s studio, Spacedge Designs , with the task of turning the decrepit Dragon Court Hotel in the city’s Chinatown neighborhood into stylish accommodations for urban-minded millennial travelers. > Project Resources Glass panels replace the stair’s existing teak balustrades. Photography courtesy of Hotel Mono. The client initially resisted the designer’s monochrome concept. “It was too radically different from conventional hotels,” Chan says. But he persisted. “I’m a firm believer in not conforming,” he states. It paid off: Eig...

Full article: http://www.interiordesign.net/projects/15120-spacedge-des...

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